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Eibach springs and Koni yellows


Al_240Zee
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After trying to source springs and struts in Aus, ended up buying the Eibach springs and adjustable Koni's and some other bits from the US. Would be keen to hear thoughts on how they perform if anyone here's tried this combo. 

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28 minutes ago, theremm said:

Haven't used them but also considered purchasing this combination - would be keen to hear your thoughts once you have installed?

Sure thing, but still a fair way off. Body shell about to be painted, then hoping to get it on wheels, but would be closer to end of year or early next before I get the engine / gearbox etc, and get it running. 

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The springs rates are very soft - Les Collins tested a set and they come in at around 180lbs/in / 3.5kg/mm !
Typical squishy/soft ride to suit the Seppos...

Also, if those are the Koni's that the ZStore had made for them, they are a full length damper and WILL NOT work with a lowered Z.
If you are keeping your Z at factory ride height, you wont have a problem.

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20 hours ago, C.A.R. said:

The springs rates are very soft - Les Collins tested a set and they come in at around 180lbs/in / 3.5kg/mm !
Typical squishy/soft ride to suit the Seppos...

Also, if those are the Koni's that the ZStore had made for them, they are a full length damper and WILL NOT work with a lowered Z.
If you are keeping your Z at factory ride height, you wont have a problem.

Did he test the linear ones or the progressive springs? 

These are the Koni's https://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/classic20b04/23-1032

 

Don't mind standard ride height. Don't want squishy ride.

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1 hour ago, Al_240Zee said:

Did he test the linear ones or the progressive springs?

No idea.
And I didn't know there were two different types.

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